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    2. Australian Engineers Create Recyclable Rubber Polymer to be Used in the Construction Industry

      The versatile new material can be used both on its own, like regular rubber, or mixed with other materials to create a large variety of composites. According to the Australian researchers behind the invention, once the useful life of the product is over, the material can then be recycled almost indefinitely. Made from sulphur and canola oil, the polymer doesnt melt, but can be broken down and reformed by applying ...
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    3. "Green" recyclable rubber gives new life to single-use building materials

      Australian scientists have created a new kind of rubber polymer that could make for more sustainable building materials. This versatile new material can be used on its own like regular rubber, or mixed with filler materials to create brand new composites. Then when the useful life of the product is over, the material can be recycled in an almost endless loop. The rubber polymer is made of sulfur and canola ...
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    4. Australian tyre recycler welcomes EU investigation into crumb rubber

      The European Chemicals Agency, ECHA, an agency of the EU has established atime table of the steps they are taking, which is driven by health concernsfrom the use of crumb rubber on sporting fields or childrens playgrounds, aswell as emissions from using the material as furnace fuel. It mainly investigates theenvironmental impact from the use ofcrumb rubber granules with most of the material coming from end-of-liferecycled tyres.They have particularly ...
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    5. Australian recycler to test new heat-to-energy technology

      Australian recycler to test new heat-to-energy technology
      Warren, New South Wales Tire recycler Green Distillation Technologies will conduct the first industrial trials on a new thermoelectric device from the US that converts heat to electric power, the company said in a release. The devices, which fit around the exhaust flue, are somewhat similar to rooftop polyvoltaic panels used in solar energy generation, the tire recycler said. This will constitute the first field trials of the devices anywhere ...
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    6. Rubber Processing Chemicals Market to exceed $5.3bn by 2025: Global Market Insights, Inc.

      ...xico, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, Poland, Denmark, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Australia, Malaysia, Brazil, Argentina, Saudi Arabia, UAE, South Africa), Application Potential, Price Trends,...
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    1. This is good news for the environment when you consider the majority of used passenger and truck tyres in Australia are converted into a TDF and exported to high-end industrial facilities such as cement kilns and paper manufacturing plants in Japan and South Korea.
      In Tyre Derived Fuel reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Australia
    2. This is a turning point for used tire processing in Australia. We are the first company in Australia to receive licenses for the thermal treatment of rubber, to reclaim and recover valuable products for resale.
      In Pearl Global plans its first tire production plant after government approvals
    3. This is the first plant of its type in Australia and we expect to be ramping up to full production over the coming months.
      In Pearl Global plans its first tire production plant after government approvals